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Poem by Jones Very


Memory


Soon the waves so lightly bounding
All forget the tempest blast;
Soon the pines so sadly sounding
Cease to mourn the storm that's past.

Soon is hushed the voice of gladness
Heard within the green wood's breast;
Yet come back no notes of sadness,
No remembrance breaks its rest.

But the heart,Чhow fond t'will treasure
Every note of grief and joy!
Oft come back the notes of pleasure,
Grief's sad echoes oft annoy.

There still dwell the looks that vanish
Swift as brightness of a dream;
Time in vain earth's smiles may banish,
There undying still they beam.



Jones Very


Jones Very's other poems:
  1. Yourself
  2. Change
  3. Worship
  4. The Clouded Morning
  5. The Fair Morning


Poems of the other poets with the same name:

  • Oliver Goldsmith Memory ("O MEMORY, thou fond deceiver")
  • Christina Rossetti Memory ("I nursed it in my bosom while it lived")
  • William Browne Memory ("SO shuts the marigold her leaves")
  • Thomas Aldrich Memory ("My mind lets go a thousand things")
  • George Horton Memory ("Sweet memory, like a pleasing dream")
  • John Tabb Memory ("I go not to the grave to weep")
  • Edgar Guest Memory ("I stood and watched him playing")

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